STAMFORD, Conn. – Connecticut Light and Power reported Sunday that 3 percent of its Stamford customers had lost power at the height of the storm.
As of 6:45 p.m., according to CL & P’s outage map, many customers were back online, but 875 remained without power.
At the height of the storm, which downed many trees, inclucing one on the New Canaan Branch of the Metro-North Railroad, more than 1,700 customers had lost power Train service between New Canaan and Stamford was delayed due to the downed tree around Talmadge Hill.
In an email to The Daily Voice, Sheri Jacobson said that the Gold Coast All Stars cheerleading gym on Research Drive had water "so high the cars can't get to them!"
According to Stamford Daily Voice reporter TJ Buzzeo, the fairway at holes seven and eight at the E.Gaynor Brennan Golf Course in Stamford were flooded.